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The time is here! We waited all season long to get down to the 4 playoff teams. Mix that in with Bowl season and the NFL season coming to a close and this time will easily dictate what your yearly numbers look like. Be careful, as motivation is something we have to factor when handicapping. Play smart and pick your spots.

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Over 47 5U MAX bomb

Niners TT over 23.5 5U MAX

842 CST


2nd half over 108.5 5U MAX

12/28 1208


Always Ready vs Potosi


Previous Plays

Washington Wizards at Detroit Pistons over 228.5 5U MAX BOMB

First Q Over 59 1U

FH over 117.5 2U

Memphis Grizzlies at Oklahoma City Thunder

First Q over 55 4U

FH over 109 4U

Game over 224 5U MAX

Parlay 2u

Wash/Det over 228.5

Mem/OKC over 224

NCAAF Pitt TT over 30.5


Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors Rockets first Q -3.5

2U First Q TT over 31.5

2U First Q over 59.5 4U

Rockets TT over 119 5U MAX

338 12/23

Central Florida-7 2nd half 5U MAX

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Houston Astros general manager Dana Brown had several items to address at the MLB trade deadline. One of them being the need for a left-handed bat to help balance Houston's heavy right-handed lineup.

Brown didn't find a deal to his liking, settling for some big additions to his pitching staff. But what if the Astros had a left-handed hitter crushing it in the minor leagues that could make a big impact.

Enter Jon Singleton. Yes, you read that correctly. Despite his underwhelming career to this point, the dude is crushing baseballs for the Sugar Land Space Cowboys. In 29 games for Sugar Land, he has 12 home runs and a whopping 1.191 OPS.

With that in mind, should the Astros give Singleton one more shot to prove he can hit at the big league level?

Be sure to watch the video above as we make the case for Singleton to get one last chance for Houston.

Plus, we discuss some other impact prospects the Astros may call up when September rolls around.

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